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( May 2011)
1994 Massachusetts gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1994.
Bill Weld was re-elected
Governor of Massachusetts by the largest margin in state history.
Incumbent Governor Bill Weld and Lieutenant Governor Paul Cellucci were unopposed for renomination.
In 1988, Barrett succeeded Bachrach as the Senator from the Middlesex and Suffolk District. The district was composed of Cambridge, Belmont, Watertown, and the Allston-Brighton neighborhood of Boston.
Primary results by municipality
Boston Herald Oct. 2, 1994
Governor Weld defeated
Mark Roosevelt by a 71%–28% margin, the largest gubernatorial margin of victory in Massachusetts history.
Roosevelt won only six municipalities statewide (
Wendell). All six municipalities voted for Weld in 1990, meaning that he won every municipality in the state in a gubernatorial election.
As of 2018, this is the most recent election in which
Pelham each voted for the Republican candidate for governor.